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bachmann and texas cram cramm ron paul and mitt romney. stay with us. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thank you card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? we talked about getting a diamond. but with all the thank you points i've been earning... ♪ ...i flew us to the rock i really had in mind. ♪ [ male announcer ] the citi thank you card. earn points you can use for travel on any airline, with no blackout dates. ♪ >> mike: welcome back to huckabee and our special republican presidential forum. joining us is texas governor rick perry and the first question from ken cuccinelli. >> good to see you. >> yes, sir. >> you said if elected you would issue a executive order to bloke the health care law. >> absolutely executive order and in those agencies there i a substantial amount of that bill that allowed for the agencies to put the rules in place. i am going to put people in as head of health and human services that share my philosophy that medicare, for instance needs to go back to the states a
to get that back out of past. >> 2010 texas gained nearly 75,000 new relatives thought california lost nearly 130,000. the state to state shift in the country is people leaving the golden state and headed to the lone star state. >>> this three-bedroom home in los los angeles recently sold for more than $1 million. but yet here in the summer of austin texas is four bedroom homes sold for $80,000. the people who bought it moved from california. >> we visited california quite up to it. >> he he moved his family at computer business. they traded in an apartment for an thousand dollars amount. >> we realized we needed to be the two income family. >> but with no personal income tax in texas, those wife jessica now stays home with their wife. we do it all. and if we lived in california who could not do that. >> get they do with the california weather and the ocean. >>> but for now they will trade blue waters for greener pastures. ben tracy, cbs news, austin texas. >> the main act just announced will be performing at the super bowl. we will be right back. including starbucks. it's the way to
, there is no work. >> reporter: the dot-com boom drew them from texas to california and now the prolonged job bust is forcing them out. california unemployment rate is 11.7%. duane cannot find work and last week the bank foreclosed on his family's home. you viewed california as the land of opportunity, how do you view it now? >> personally, i feel like it's the land that we need to get out of, very fast. >> reporter: the conders are moving back to texas where unemployment is lower, 8.4%. in 2010 texas gained nearly 75,000 new residents while california lost nearly 130,000. the biggest state to state shift in the country was people leaving the golden state and heading to the lone star state. and jobs are just one reason. housing is another. this three bedroom home in los angeles recently sold for more than a million dollars. yet here in a suburb of austin, texas this four bedroom home sold for $387,000. the people who bought it, moved from california. >> we'll stay here in texas and we visit california quite a bit. >> reporter: bill moved his family and computer consulting business from california
: they are moving back to texas. where unemployment is lower. 8.4%. in 2010 texas gained 75,000 new residents and california lost 130,000. the biggest state shift in the country was people leaving california and heading to texas. >> jobs are just one reason. housing is another. this home sold for a million dollars. yet, here in austin, texas, this home sold for $380,000. the people who bought it moved from california. >> he moved his family and his business from california to austin. they traded in a one bedroom apartment for this four bedroom home. >> if we stayed in california, in order for us to make it where we want to live, we need to be a two income family. >> reporter: with the lower cost of living, his wife now stays home with their daughter. >> we go to gym. swimming lessons. >> reporter: yet they miss the california weather and the ocean. >> my first surf board. >> reporter: for now they will trade blue waters for greener pastures. >>> what does madonna have in common with michael jackson? the gig she handed that will be one of her biggest gigs ever. >>> coming up next on game day.
. >>> we continue our occupy coverage now in texas, where police found a man's body in a 10 on the campus of the university of north texas. investigators don't know who he is yet, but say he was not a student at the school. the medical examiner will perform an autopsy. >>> it's going to take longer for mail to get to where it needs to go. postal service will end its guaranteed next day delivery. they'll announce the cutbacks tomorrow. the goal is to save $3 billion. at least one congressman says even though the government doesn't fund the postal service now, it might be time to privatize it completely. >> one of the things i like about the postal service is we don't appropriate money to them. they have to sell stamps to generate revenue and we want to continue that. you don't cut service, slow down the service, if you want to sell more stamps, and they want to raise rates. that's not a way to drive volume. i think they're moving in the opposite direction. >> the cuts will kick in in the spring. the postal service is considering closing hundreds of processing centers and laying off thousan
. coming up, texas governor rick perry, michele bachmann, ron paul and former massachusetts governor mitt romney. stay with us. ♪ >> mike: welcome back to huckabee and >> welcome back to huckabee and our special, republican presidential forum. joining us now is texas governor rick perry and the first question from ken cuccinelli. >> good morning, good to see you. >> yes. >> and you said if you were president, would you block the health care law, what is your authority to unvalidate a law passed by congress and-- >> in the agencies, also, there's a substantial amount of that bill that allowed for the agencies to put the rules in place. so, i'm going to put people in as the head of health and human services, for instance, that share my philosophy that obviously, medicaid, for instance, needs to be granted back to the states and you know, lord willing we'll get rid of that this summer with the supreme court ruling on the constitutionality issue which i think all of us have joined in that suit and thank you all for being great attorneys general from at that standpoint. it sounds like as pr
in a weird places. it is snelling in texas -- it is snowing in texas. we do have some thick fog. visibility is down to 1/4 of a mile in some places. i think we will get a peak of the sun. high temperature around 59. a mixture of sun and clouds. the rain will catch up to west tonight and tomorrow. -- the rain will catch up to us. >> southbound 95 approaching the spot, we have a crash. it is off to the side. no delays. 55 miles per hour traveling southbound. eastbound 100 at ritchie highway, we have an accident. the fog will impact your morning rush. leave some extra time if you can. 12 minutes on the outer loop west side. 10 minutes to travel from the beltway down towards the 32. this is the bay bridge. fog warnings in effect at the area bridges. you can see why. much better on the west side. things get better as you make your way south. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. today could be the last day in the trial of paul schurick. he is charged with authorizing illegal robocalls during the 2010 election. >> kim dacey is live with what we could see today. good morning. >> th
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hasta cuatro policÍas realizando un arresto. >> en otro lugar, en la universidad del norte de texas, donde acampan los que protestan por la avaricia corporativa, se descubriÓ el cuerpo sin vida de un hombre que al parecer formaba parte del movimiento. >> el cuerpo ha sido llevado al centro mÉdico. tomarÁ cuatro dÍas para establecer la causa de su muerte. >> se reporta ademÁs que washington el equipo de fuerzas especiales se desplazÓ al lugar donde acampan los manifestantes por una presunta violaciÓn y robo. aÚn no se han formulado cargos contra el presunto agresor. >> al volver,1 auto embiste un restaurante y estuvo a punto de provocar una masacre. como pueden prepararse para las bajas temperaturas que amenazan el estado de texas en los prÓximos dÍas. buenas noticias para los conductores. bajo el precio de la gasolina. test test test . . . >>poco despuÉs levantÓ con heridas menores la conductora que acelerÓ en lugar de frenar por confundir los pedales. >> una mujer que se dedica a robar Árboles de navidad a los boyscouts. se dirige a los Árboles de navidad. dos minu
, snow in western texas, we've got thick fog this morning. it's december 5th, we don't have snow around, with our date with destiny but fog. >>> dense patchy fog out this as you navigate on your morning commute. one accident in the city, we will have complete details straight ahead. ♪ i must have the wrong house. sister? we missed you. they waited up all night for you, you know. it's a long way from west africa. ahh...coffee. [ inhales deeply ] he's here. i brought you something. [ chuckles ] really? ♪ [ chuckles ] what are you doing? you're my present this year. ♪ the best part of wakin' up ♪ is folgers in your cup ♪ write "you're pretty." you're pretty! ♪ i think he hurt his tibia. what's a tibia? [ female announcer ] cards are not for sending. ♪ they're for bringing us together. this holiday, select cards come postage-paid. >>> time for your news to go, fog is the headline. let's check in with meteorologist justin berk. >> weather making headlines across the nation. watching the storm, that's the storm that brought the rain to the cleveland area, for the ravens game. ex
from texas all the way up to ohio. heavy rain in little rock, shreveport, memphis, louisville, cincinnati. that will spread to the northeast. that will happen by this evening. thunderstorms from houston to new orleans and montgomery. and unfortunately, up to a foot and half of snow across new mexico and several inches in west texas. >> a snowy 21 in albuquerque. 25 in salt lake city. a biting 11 degrees in colorado springs. just 14 in fargo. 21 in minneapolis. 34 in kansas city. a mild 61 here in new york. and 57 in boston. >> a balmy 61 for the beginning of december. >> not bad for december. >>> some of the biggest names showbiz descended on washington, d.c. for the kennedy center honors. >> yes, the president and first lady presided in her beautiful blue dress. meryl streep, neil diamond, yo-yo ma, sonny rollins and barbara cook were all recognized for their influence of american culture. and smoky robinson serenaded caroline kennedy with "sweet caroline." >> she's probably had a lot of people sing that over the years. >> she's enjoying it i think. >> makes you wonder. how m
of the forum for her final minute. coming up, texas congressman ron paul and former massachusetts governor mitt romney as we continue our very unique forum with the presidential candidates. we will be right back. wow! it's even bigger than i thought. welcome to progressive. do you guys insure airstreams? yep. everything from travel trailers to mega motor homes. and when your rv is covered, so is your pet. perfect. who wants a picture with flo? i do! i do! do you mind? got to make sure this is -- oh. uh... okay. everybody say "awkward." protecting your family fun. now, that's progressive. call or click today. republican presidential forum. joining us now is congressman ron paul from texas. nice to have you. >> good to be here. >> congressman, you advocate for pure constitutionalism. given that filter, what do you think are the primary domestic responsibilities of the federal government. >> domestic responsibilities? >> protecting the borders. providing a sound economy -- a sound currency. that's in the constitution very clearly. it is a major issue. really enforcing the bill of rights. they are
. >>> we will also see the congresswoman at the end of the forum for her final minute. coming up, texas congressman ron paul and former massachusetts governor mitt romney as we continue our very unique forum with the presidential candidates. we will be right back. >>> this is a special republican presidential forum. joining us now is congressman ron paul from texas. nice to have you. >> good to be here. >> congressman, you advocate for pure constitutionalism. given that filter, what do you think are the primary domestic responsibilities of the federal government. >> domestic responsibilities? >> protecting the borders. providing a sound economy -- a sound currency. that's in the constitution very clearly. it is a major issue. really enforcing the bill of rights. they are very specific, and that is property rights as well as freedom of speech and all of those other things. those would be the major issues. the constitution overall would be a major issue as well. >> congressman, good evening to you. in 1995, we lost 168 oklahoma anes in a domestic terrorist attack. melissa houston, my secr
. we heard about the plastic soup in the pacific ocean. i read it's the size of two states of texas, so, okay, we could cut that in half. would a plastic soup, would plastic debris and smothering of aquatic life, would that work if it were just one state of texas instead of two states of texas? i don't think we think so, so the limits frame keeps me in that quantitative, oh, we just have to cut back, cut back, but rather what we tbhoa from an -- know from an ecomind, it's about changing the system itself that generates the waste. the word "waste" reminds me of another problem with the scarcity frame and limits being the problem. we think of the problem being out there, and we don't look at the fact -- oh, we hit the limits. with food, oh, we hit the limits to feed people. you hear that often. still, as i heard it 40 years ago, and, yet, we don't see the enormous waste built into our global food system where now less than half of the grain that we produce in our world goes directly to human beings. about a third goes to animals, which we know, you know, shrink its potential to feed us, a
're in colorado or new mexico, even west texas. we have a ton of heavy rain this weekend that continues this morning through arkansas, tennessee, up through areas of kentucky. we're starting to see a changeover from some of that rain to snow in west texas. here is the setup. another mild morning for the eastern seaboard of i-95. another rainey morning for you from the mississippi valley, tennessee valley, up into the ohio valley. and then just bitterly cold air has escaped canada and rushing down through areas of colorado. as far as the rain/snow goes, here is the transition, from midland, you're cold enough for snow. abilene, you're getting snow. we have winter storm warnings for many areas of new mexico and it's plenty cold in albuquerque where you're watching the snowflakes fly this morning. minus 6 in denver. everywhere in white is in the negative numbers. from the northern rockies to the northern plains, it feels like the milths of winter. but the rest of the east coast feels like late or middle fall. here is your forecast for today. notice the warm air. 60s in d.c. but that rainey
by representative ron paul of texas with 18%. and mitt romney with 16. in the latest nbc news poll in new hampshire, the site of the first primary, mitt romney leads with 39%, followed by gingrich with 23, paul with 16. though gingrich and mitt romney lead, it is michelle bachmann who sees cain supporterrings coming to her side. >> they saw herman cain as an outsider. and i think they will see my voice will be the most like his overall the democrats review the loss as a gain. >> inside and outside the beltway, woke up today to a very different political environment, and one in which ne wt gingrich is very real. >> reporter: with gingrich coming forward, mitt romney steady and the republicans still divided, the g.o.p. members were asked if they could go into the race without a nominee. >> highly doubtful, we will be unified, because this president needs to be fired. >> reporter: before that can happen, a clear candidate must come forward. that may begin in iowa. drew levinson. >>> and more arrests in the occupy movement, this time in washington, d.c. they moved in on the protesters, who refused to d
system coming out of new mexico. the snow in new mexico spreading to west texas and oklahoma. and all of this rain, boy they need the rain across texas with the drought conditions persisting there. we'll take the rain and bring it up totten ten and ohio valleys. all of this is going to be working its way toward us. we'll go to 5:00 okay, overnight showers develop by tomorrow morning. look at the rains by mid day tomorrow. potentially a second wave later wednesday, wednesday night. today 61, mostly cloudy. ton 50, showers develop overnight. tomorrow 60ish with the rain. wednesday 50 though. one of the models i like a lot saying a late low wednesday, wednesday night. clearing and colder, especially by saturday. saturday's highs only in the 30s. >>> at least we'll take today while it lasts and enjoy it. enjoy the traffic as well. things are not looking too bad for early on a monday morning. things looking great on the beltway, there is an accident in arlington. we just got word north 34th street one lane blocked there. on the interstate looking fine. everything running at speed or above.
storm, lines through texas with texas and new mexico getting snow, the cold side on the backside that will charge up this system and we will be watching the for the entire week. most of the rain locked back in ohio, cleveland and ravens had to play in yesterday, it's locked back. there another day on this december 5th, that is often our snow day, our date with destiny not this year. 38 baltimore. thick fog in the county. hour by hour, a foggy issue, mostly cloudy. southerly winds, that's not mostly sunny, that should be mostly cloudy for about 60, 2- degree guarantee. rain and snow this week in a moment. for the first time in a couple of years, i get to say, good morning to angela foster. >> our first look at traffic this morning, as justin mention wed are dealing with a lot of fog out there. be prepared for reduced visibility, as you head out on the roadways this morning, no major traffic incident report sod far as we get a live look, see the very heavy fog on our roadways, no accidents reported around the beltway. reduced visibility due to the fog. a live look now at the jfx,
of snow across new mexico and several inches in west texas. >> a snowy 21 in albuquerque. just 14 in fargo. 21 in minneapolis. 34 in kansas city. a mild 61 here in new york. and 52347 boston. >> a balmy 61 for the beginning of december. >> not bad for december. >>> some of the biggest names show business deseended on washington, d.c. for the kennedy center honors. >> meryl streep and barbara cook were just two of the winners. caroline kennedy was serenaded by smoky robinson. >> she's probably had a lot of people sing that over the years. >> she's enjoying it i think. >> makes you wonder. how many times has she had that has sung to her? >> so many. >> not with a crowd like that. >>> coming up, jerry sandusky speaks out about the sexual abuse allegations leveled against him. >>> also major changes coming to the u.s. postal sefrss. what it means for your mail delivery. >>> and how this car crashed through a san diego restaurant leaving customers get up to a one hundred percent scholarship to college. and up to sixty-thousand dollars in assistance. get paid to learn valuable job skills. maybe
, to texas. heavy rain, east of dallas, snow west of dallas and snow here, a sign of energizing system, pulling up the front, repeat the pattern later that could be important for us and taste of winter. we are headed to the system, pulling in moisture in terms of fog, 39 but watch the visibility at richie highway and glen burnie. you are going to see it go blank, see street lights. that's improving the fog, tough to see the street lights and traffic signals and signs. 60 degrees this afternoon. angela phos foster is here this morning. >>> the despite the foggy conditions ax nice flow of traffic for you out there. no incidents to report as you make your way on the jfx, a live look of i-83, west 41st street. traffic moving well as you make your way on the southbound lanes in to the downtown areach more activity along the topside of the beltway. looking good for those on the harrisburg, southbound 83, from shawan, down to 695. taking you five minutes, southbound 95, 6 minutes from white marsh to the beltway. >>> 100 people mostly senior citizens, forced out of homes because of a fire may
's entrenched from the northern plains down through colorado. it's snowing in west texas, from abilene, to lubbock, and new mexico, albuquerque up to santa fe is getting nailed. albuquerque still got some moderate snow and the winter storm warnings covering pretty much the state of new mexico. as we go for a drive, not even that far outside of the dallas-ft. worth area that we're starting to see the change from rain to snow, from midland out through abilene and north, up to wichita falls, you'll see some snowflakes. here's the cold air. the wind chill this morning is minus 7 here in nebraska. it's the opposite on the east coast. if anything your biggest weather concern is fog this morning, a lot of dense fog in southern new england, down outside of new york city, philadelphia and d.c. so be careful driving with that. there's no wind chill at all for the east coast. so enjoy it, probably a day or two more of this. temperatures, 80s in florida, 70s up through the carolinas, 60s from d.c. new york city near 60. the cold air entrenched, minneapolis to chicago. down in areas of texas today.
acampan losue de texas, protestan por la avaricia corporativa, sdescubriÓ el cu s vida de un hombre que al parec formaba parte del movimiento. >> el cupo ha sido llevado al centro mÉdicotomarÁ cuatro dÍas para establecer la causa de su muerte. washington el equipo de fuerzas especias se desplazÓ al lugar donde acampan los nifestantes por una presunta viociÓn y robo. aÚno shan formulado cargos contra el presto agresor. >>al volv,1 auto embiste un restaurante y es a punto de provocar una masacre. como pued preparae para as bajas temperatas que amenazan el estado de tex en los prÓximos dÍas. buenas notics para los conductores. bajo el precio de la gasolina. >>poco desÉs levantÓ con menores la cductora quacelerÓ en lugar de frenar por confundir los pedas. >> una mujer que se dedica robar Árboles denavid a los boyscouts. se dire a los Árboles de navidad. dos minutos despuÉs carga otro de los Árboles navideÑos. >> se esperan temperaturas congel tres esta noche en an parte de texas. vierten co los calentadore y las chimeneas pueden provoca accintes en este tiempo. >> bajan las
. after being nominated for the nobel prize. he left los angeles, was in texas. he went along with a drug deal. it went bad. somebody got shot. he was locked up for 18 years of his life and was on death row until 2005 when the supreme court decided you could not execute minors. you cannot even be part of the european union if you have capital punishment. and we are still killing kids in this country. this blew my mind. ia read -- i read his poetry and store it and i shared his story alongside mine. i knew that it would do more than if i just talked about my own personal experience. that story, we started working on it -- we have been rented for seven years. we did the show in houston, his family came out. people came up after the show and said, 31 years i have been locked up. i have never felt more like a thief because i got this show for free. during the thanksgiving holiday, -- we have been doing the show for a full year now. we went to singapore, the netherlands, belgium a federal court judge then announced that mr. william should be released from prison. [applause] he is currently sti
on the west side of dallas texas and western northern texas, snow, that is a sign of a lot of energy riding up the front and take most of the moisture to our north, by the time the boundary reaches us, it loses its steam. the question is what happens did the front stall out? few computer models hinting, which is important, because if the front clears us out, we wind up with a dry mild day. if the storm system develops, this is a wednesday morning time stamp. forward a day, we could be dealing with rain to snow issue on thursday. then that brings in questions, will we get piled up. thick morning fog. fog overnight. sprinkles. hanging upper 40s to 50s. 62 tomorrow, showers developing. 50, rain on wednesday. watching potential, the important word, potential for wintery mix, ending with snow with falling temperatures on thursday. let's check out the traffic now with angela foster. >>> more major incidents to report as you head out this morning, fog is the big story, you are going to follow in surrounding counties as well as on the corridors. no incidents to report. those foggy conditions will slow
for closure in fact and in texas, there are the most. 222 locations at risk, for shutting down. fox news is america's election headquarters and tonight, we're looking at a big shift in the race for the white house, including herman cain's decision to put the brakes on his campaign and could be a game changer for newt gingrich. who just came out on top in a new iowa poll. our steve centanni is live in washington with the numbers, steve? >> harris, resulting in iowa's first in the nation caucus just weeks away now, newt gingrich has taken the lead and gingrich has 25% of that des moines register poll, ron paul is second with 18% and mitt romney comes in third with 16% this is in iowa and meanwhile, two other candidates hope to pick up some of herman cain's tea party support. people recognize that i'm the real deal, i'm authentic, i'm genuine and i think we're going to pick up a lot of support from across the country. people who formerly supported herman cain. >> we've got a strong conservative message that matches up better with iowans than anybody else and we think we're going to surprise
england all the way back to texas. snowy behind that system with a lot of cold air coming in. we have flash flood watches, flood warnings and flood watches stretching from texas all the way up to cleveland with the possibility of anywhere from 2 to 3 inches of rain. some areas may pick up 3 to 5 inches. and then back behind that through west texas on into arizona we're talking 1 to 3 inches of snow. >> good morning.ic we have some fog to contend with on this monday morning. a mixture of sun and clouds. chance for rain tonight. >> and -- it's your birthday? >> my friend's. >> your friend's birthday. do you want to wish her a happy birthday. >> happy birthday, sophia. >> very nice. hopefully she'll do the same thing for you. savannah. >>> today's health is brought to you by the american cancer society, the official sponsor of birthdays. >>> there's even a song for it. this morning on "today's health" you can tell holiday germ patrol as folks get serious about hitting the malls. you'll want to stay healthy and enjoy it all. a contributor and medical contributor of "health" magazine, dr.
-southwest wind. for us a storm system coming out of new mexico and texas look at the snow and the blue here headed toward oklahoma city. south of that slightly mild air. heavy rains texas, extendling up into southern illinois. this rain goes up to buffalo and rochester. there is a front with this. all going to be sliding slowly east. today the rains will say to our west. in southern indiana and western tennessee. i think we start with showers tomorrow morning. steadier rain midday south and east might take a little bit longer to get there. we will see periods of rain tomorrow and late wednesday night we could see another wave, bringing rain maybe mixed with snow. 61 today. tonight about 50. tomorrow 60 with the wet weather. wednesday in the 50-degree range. and cold tore finish out the week. >>> all around town. things were actually looking good monday morning. i'm going to keep my fingers crossed. you can see the beltways looking good all around town. first of all at 95, no problems to report from dale city. into springfield on to 395 they are looking good. no problems to report here. traf
presidential forum. joining us now is congressman ron paul from texas. nice to have you. >> good to be here. >> congressman, you advocate for pure constitutionalism. given that filte >> you add kate constitutionalism. what are the three primary domestic responsibilities for the federal government? >> domestic responsibilities? protecting the borders, providing a sound economy, a sound currency. that's in the constitution very clear that's a major issue and enforcing the bill of rights. that would be property rights and predom of speech. the constitution overall would be a major issue as well. >> congressman god evening to you. in 1995 we lost 168 oklahomans in a domestic terrorist attack. my assistant attorney general melissa houston is a survivor of that blast. spent many years after that utilizing tools of the patriot act fighting domestic terrorism. you have come out opposed to the patriot act due to constitutional privacy concerns. what thoughtful alternative do you have to the patriot act to prevent further acts of domestic terrorism in the future? >> the one thing is you stay yor goal
back to the southwest, snow in texas. energizing storm pattern, interesting for us towards the end of the week, whether he get to a mostly cloudy, high of 60. >>> fog as you mentioned. fog all around the area. use extra caution as you head out. a lot of slow traffic on most of our major roadways as we look at i-95 south of white marsh, getting reports of accident clean up in the area. be prepared for brake lights. beltway, jfx, slow traffic in the southbound lane as we look at i-83 here at northern parkway. for a look at news, here is charlie. >>> workers placing water meters all over ballet nor -- baltimore, we will get your chance to see repairs later at 11:00, st thousand homes will receive new water meters, they can be read remotely eliminating the need for workers to travel to homes and replace outdated meters that no longer function properly. back to new york for more of good morning america. >>> country singer mindy mccready caught right in the middle of a family fight over who should take care of her son. not everyone her father and mother can agree on who should have custo
and watch the story. here is your monday forecast. drenching downpours from texas to ohio. moving to the east coast by this evening. thunderstorms from houston to new orleans. heavy snow, new mexico. wind warnings for california. >> can you hear, can't hear what song this is? do you make it out? ♪ it's a sunshine day >> 21, albuquerque. 3, seattle. omaha, 24. detroit, 34. mild in new york. 57 in boston. >> remember this, elvira. gothic hostess of the horror move vie movies. she has a day job. unveiled her new wine. 2008, caberet. elvira's macabre-renet. they turned out to meet the mistress of the dark. the macabrerenet, the first, part of fancy handcrafted wines from california grapes. >> i like the bottle. i may buy it. just a taste. >> what do you bring to a dinner party and say this is from elvira. >> we should have had some to taste. >> sample, sample time. not a bad thing. we'll do that. more "world news now" coming up. ♪ elvira ♪ elvira ♪ [ female announcer ] everybody loves that cushiony feeling. uh oh. i gotta go. [ female announcer ] and with charmin ultra soft, y
of government issued i.d. that's required in a state. let's say texas. they say that even your university of texas, the state school in texas that i.d. is not good enough to vote. you then have to go out and purchase the kind of i.d. that they're asking for. that isn't a direct poll tax. >> one of the ways is to have your vote stolen and majority fraud happen. >> when does that happen? >> i think it happened in seattle. it's happened in louisiana multiple times. >> what kind of voter fraud are you saying? >> the kind of -- >> louisiana. >> there's a lot of information -- >> you should explain it. >> how much time do we have? >> we have a minute. >> it was 1994. he was running for governor of maryland m. >> matt, voter fraud exists. and at the end of the day, it comes down to weighing your options. i think there is a lot -- there is evidence that has made voter fraud seem like much more of a problem. on the other hand, you have the implications of these voter i.d. laws and countless numbers of states that could affect up to five million people. when you're purely look at those numbers, one
. on the backside, it's snow. snow in st. louis. also, in toward western portions of texas. take a look at video out of texas. they saw snow and many areas woke up to snow. this is a similar type of snow that we could see in our area come thursday morning. you notice it's on the cars. most of it is melting on those roadways. i think that's the kind of snow we could expect here on wednesday night and into the day on thursday. let's talk about the upcoming system as it makes its way out of texas. here it is, right in here. they are seeing the snow. this is storm number one. here is storm number two. two is going to have the cold air. how cold? right now, it's 21 in omaha, nebraska. 26 in wichita. that's pretty cold. denver, colorado, 7 degrees. the windchill, minus 6. expected to go down to minus 15. that's the windchill in denver. that cold air is coming our way. first, the mild air ahead of us. 66 in raleigh and 66 in atlanta. the mild air ahead. it brings rain and shower activity during the day tomorrow. not a wash out. you could see the rain for an hour or two at a time. mild with temperatures int
other place on it. then you go down to the state of texas, in texas, they say, look, you can vote with your gun license but you can't vote with your student id. when you look into -- ground zero for student voting rights in texas has often been out at prairie view. this is a black college where there have been wars fought in that town trying to make it possible for black students to get to the polling place. there's all sorts of battles over the years, very much targeted at disenfranchising students and especially black students. then you shift over to georgia that has this law that says if you don't have a zawahixeroxed attached -- >> a xeroxed copy -- this is crazy. the stuff they're saying doesn't make sense. >> you and i have been involved in voter registration our entire lives. we've been throw countless voter registration drives. never once have we been able to push one of those off while pushing a xerox machine down the street. they have said, look, we're not going to register voters in florida so long as these rules stay in place. >> let me say this, you and i -- ben and i
's going to be a brown christmas for many tree farmers in texas. their record-breaking drought dried up thousands of christmas trees and texas received less than 11 inches of rain. now the once green firs are wilted and dead. many are importing trees from other states. still ahead, megachurch pastor eddie long stepping away. >>> the united postal service wants to do away with next day letters that you send. >>> atlanta's megachurch pastor eddie long taking time off but says he's not stepping down. the surprise announcement only case after his wife files for divorce. >>> and good morning, this is your "a.m. wake-up call" for monday, december 5th, i'm christine romans, carol has the morning off. four weeks from tomorrow, four weeks if tomorrow the first votes of the 2012 campaign will be cast by a real honest to goodness voters in the iowa caucuses. looks like newt gingrich is on top. in new hampshire whose primary is the next week, romney is on top but it's getting closer. and in politics a few weeks can be a lifetime. >>> took a cherry picker and a forklift but a day-long standoff betwe
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